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Thread: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

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    @fasterthanfastest -I think the P180 has ac electricals so without increasing alternator output by rewinding or changing the coil the NB bulb wont glow to its full potential . If u just want some little better difference in illumination then why dont you go for Philips 55w bulbs . they cost around 250 only .

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    I m willing to shell out cash if the output can be increased.. but just a little better wont help.. had heard about the nightbreaker online so was interested.. not sure how helpful the philips would be..wat to do now..??
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    Without the Avenger Stator Coil Mod, any upgrade in bulbs would be useless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fasterthanthefastest View Post
    I am looking to buy a Osram Nightbreaker for my P180 UG3.. Would there be any problem?? I am changing the smaller parking lights to LEDs to compensate for the power difference..

    Secondly, if its fine then I am looking for somebody to share costs with also. As I am getting it as a pair(single piece not available) for 1100 bucks. Anybody interested?

    Osram is now available in SINGLE packs too.... i bought one from banglore((JC ROAD)) last month......

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    Quote Originally Posted by aarunn View Post
    Osram is now available in SINGLE packs too.... i bought one from banglore((JC ROAD)) last month......
    aarunn, how would you rate the performance of the Nightbreaker? What did you have earlier on the bike, a 55/60 Halogen or the stock bulb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invincible View Post
    I had a problem of battery drain with the HID directly connected to the battery. The HID would go off in less than 10 min. (thread)

    I have now got a relay (cut-out) connected inbetween. No problem with the battery so far- running for almost 10 days now.
    i have also installed HID on my galdiator and i am also facing the problem of battery draining in 10mins.You said after installing a cut-out the problem got solved so can you tell me how the wiring on your bike is done so that i can get it done it the same manner.
    thanks

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    I am here to find help!

    I am about to buy p i80 ug 4.
    I already have 180 v2 and modified its headlight with avanger coil (dv111005).i changed the bulb 55/60 w phillips xtream power.its really nice.

    Can we do the same modification in 180 ug 4 also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drvmtm View Post
    I am here to find help!

    I am about to buy p i80 ug 4.
    I already have 180 v2 and modified its headlight with avanger coil (dv111005).i changed the bulb 55/60 w phillips xtream power.its really nice.

    Can we do the same modification in 180 ug 4 also?
    No, because it runs on DC. But, it should support a 60/55 because the battery can act as a reserve. Try it out and see.
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    hey guys can you ppl suggest any good 55W H3 bulb which has a bluish ting or purple ting or rather whitish, more off are the Night Braker's available in 55W H3 type, since m in Nagpur , Bhpians can you plz let me know where can i find these in Bangalore so that a friend of mine shall mail that to me.

    Are there any in Philips plz let me know.

    Any help regarding the same shall b more than welcome

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    Thanks for all the replies to my lighting woes guys. I got the right side bulb connected to the left side one for the low beam, its made my life much easier now. Have put the Osram NB plans on hold for now.

    EDIT ^^ PRATIK - you could try this approach before getting a NB.

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